Apr 14 2009, 6:26am CDT | by Shane McGlaun
The game is designed so that even a novice can pick up a guitar and play. The guitar controller acts like a real instrument and players can hear when they hit the wrong cord. The game offers five different guitar sounds including western guitar, acoustic guitar, and three electric guitars.
Of course, this means that you can immediately hear it when a wrong chord is played, " admits Jochen Kaiser, MAGIX Product Manager." We consciously chose this form of control because it enables a completely new kind of manipulation for the user and opens new possibilities as compared to using a keyboard and/or mouse."
Source: The Edge Singapore
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